NAIDOC Week (National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee) celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. For one week in July, all Australians can participate in events throughout Australia in recognition and support of all indigenous communities.

Peninsula Hot Springs in Rye on Victoria’s picturesque Mornington Peninsula will celebrate the entire week in collaboration with LI’TYA. Starting on Sunday July 1 at 10am and ending at 8pm on Sunday July 8, the family friendly festivities include an indigenous smoking ceremony, roving didgeridoo player, indigenous dancing and an art exhibition, along with a bush tucker demonstration and nature walks.

LI'TYA will be presenting a Yulu Tea stand throughout the week and from 11am daily a pop up spa will be offering free mini treatments highlighting the extraordinary LI’TYA Munthari Hand Hydrating Lotion, Australian desert salts and native essential oils. Two hampers of LI’TYA products valued at $500 will also be auctioned during the week.

As Hot Springs Director Charles Davidson, says, "Underpinning the Peninsula Hot Springs philosophy is a deep connection with indigenous culture and the environment. Since opening seven years ago, Peninsula Hot Springs has taken every opportunity to celebrate and educate visitors about indigenous culture, as the springs provide the perfect Mornington Peninsula stage for NAIDOC Week celebrations."

LI'TYA will be donating a percentage of all wholesale sales during the week to the LI’TYA Foundation.

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